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Is Being Gay Wrong?: No. Simple, sweet, and honest. Who we find attractive, who we love or want to love and how we want to express our love sexually is a gift of being human. In all cultures and species there is a small percentage of the population who are wired to be homosexual or homo-social. Being gay is a gift. Feeling love and wanting to be loved is one of the highest gives we can receive in our lives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diversity-statistics: Given the amazing diversity of human beings, why would someone think that there could only be one way for people to be sexually. And if you accept that possibility, then a child develops awareness of their sexuality as they grow and this awareness is more focused when in puberty hormones are activated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Male homosexuality is thought to be largely determined either genetically or in utero, perhaps by exposure to an abnormal concentration of maternal hormones, and basically cannot be changed. Female homosexuality seems to be somewhat more malleable and sometimes develops after failed heterosexual relationships in adulthood, and lends itself more to change by psychotherapy if desired. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
That's awesome!: You've admitted, now embrace who you are. You're still a young man with the world at your feet. Be yourself, don't hide, the worst is behind you. You'll be amazed at the acceptance from people who far exceed the few haters out there & they won't hesitate to defend you. People revere honesty. best of all you can finally have what everyone else had since high school, the freedom to pursue love. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's pretty simple: Assuming a relatively normal childhood without history of sexual experiences before puberty, at around the age of 12 or thirteen, when the other boys start noticing girls, the gay kid will start noticing boys. Sexual attraction and arousal are powerful forces in teenagers and gay males know pretty quickly what they are attracted to but are forced to repress those feelings by societal conventions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gay signs: I don't think there are reliable signs to know whether your partner is gay. But if you are concerned, you should bring up this subject directly with your partner, and have an open dialogue about it. ...Read more
No more likely: The chances of having a gay son are exactly the same for gay and straight fathers. 2% of all first sons are gay. That percentage goes up for each subsequent son born to the same mother if they are right handed. but not if left handed. This seems to indicate that sexuality is determined in utero perhaps by mom's antibodies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6zPh97qYd4 ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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